Throughout 2011, Ethan collaborated with Acquaviva writing songs and recording at Wayne Manor Studios, in Central New York. After months of hard work and dedication to his music, Ethan released his self-titled debut album on May 23, 2012. His Christmas album, "This Is Christmas" was released in November of 2014. In July of 2017, Ethan released his EP "My Hometown," which was produced by Nashville Producer/Musician De Marco Johnson. In 2019, Ethan released two singles “Let It Rain,” and “Don’t Wanna Be Alone,” also recorded in Nashville, TN.
Some of his most memorable performances were performing on the American Idol stage and singing at the famous B.B. Kings in Nashville, TN during CMA fest in 2013. Ethan has opened for numerous artists such as National Recording Artist, Melinda Doolittle, Disney's Peyton List and Country stars, Bucky Covington, Thompson Square, Trailer Choir and James Wesley. Along with being the first recipient of the Terry Doyle Music Scholarship award, he was also an American Idol, Season XIII Semi-finalist as well as a Semi- finalist in the Unsigned Only Music Competition. He was an X-Factor competitor and WSRKfm Central New York Idol Champion.